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John McAllister Jr. Letter 1837.

McAllister, John
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Summary
In 1837, Philadelphia manufacturer, John McAllister Jr., wrote a letter to his mother about the sulpher springs of Virginia. He reported on his wife Eliza's trip to White Sulpher Springs and other Virginia resorts. With his wife traveling in the South, McAllister adds his own observations on a North/South split just then occuring among Presbyterians meeting in Philadelphia.
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1 sheet; 25 cm
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2015/2016.
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    a| McAllister, John, d| 1786-1877
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    a| John McAllister Jr. letter f| 1837.
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    a| 1 sheet; c| 25 cm
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    a| In 1837, Philadelphia manufacturer, John McAllister Jr., wrote a letter to his mother about the sulpher springs of Virginia. He reported on his wife Eliza's trip to White Sulpher Springs and other Virginia resorts. With his wife traveling in the South, McAllister adds his own observations on a North/South split just then occuring among Presbyterians meeting in Philadelphia.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2015/2016.
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    a| MSS 16081 w| ALPHANUM i| X031589242 l| STACKS m| SPEC-COLL t| MANUSCRIPT
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